from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Plural form of newsbreak.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • But this was a live event: further newsbreaks are all going to be leaks from the police.

    Wood War: Who Wins Today's Grabby Tabloid Battle For Your Eyeballs?

  • All morning the radio newsbreaks led with Obama, but since noon, they have all led with McCain/Palin.

    falcon hears the falconer

  • You may have already noticed the increase in our local newsbreaks throughout the day.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • At home the telephone rings incessantly for Rita, often bearing newsbreaks of soon-to-be-announced party invitations.

    A Mind at a Time

  • He says, "By his own account, Brock has lied so often that a reader can't take faith on some of the juicier newsbreaks from the impeachment era in his book."

    CNN Transcript Mar 14, 2002

  • It is also, as a humorous magazine specializing in comic newsbreaks, morbidly afraid of printing anything that could possibly seem unintentionally funny.

    Edmund Wilson On Writers and Writing

  • There won't be a show weatherman because weather will be covered in the local newsbreaks supplied by affiliates.

    NYDN Rss

  • So instead of flitting back and forth between minor stories-or stories that really aren't stories-CNN should let its correspondents and producers in the field produce four-minute news-analysis feature pieces to run between the newsbreaks.

    the latest from

  • CHENNAI: Earlier this week, through the contemporary media for newsbreaks, @javed_abidi tweeted about the constitution of Nasscom's disability advisory group (DAG).

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • In a full programme schedule, room has to be made to accommodate these programmes and newsbreaks.

    ta tvnz national headlines auto group


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.